Organized in 1882, the Columbia College Alumnae Association is one of the oldest in the country with approximately 15,000 members. Every semester there are opportunities for you to get involved with recruitment, mentoring, scholarships, hosting local events, campus activities, and more.

Contact us at 803.786.3050 or email

Alumnae Association

Executive Committee

The Honorable Kay Daniels West ’97 | President

Lisa Kennerly Livingston ’91 | President-Elect

Dr. Elaine Kirby Ferraro ’70 | Vice President

Amber Nix ’10 | Secretary

Carol Stackhouse Hall ’74 | Necrologist

Anna Lybrand Boyle ’65 | Member-at-Large

Katherine “Kathy” Graham Leland ’67 | Member-at-Large

Erin Gilreath Carlson ’04 | Member-at-Large

Charlotte Stackhouse Broome ’75 | Immediate Past President

Alumnae News & Information

Class News

Crystal Bradham Indrihovic, Class of 1993, received her master's degree, in Library and Information Science, from the University of South Carolina, on December 18, 2017.

Dr. Sandra Rouse, Class of 1995, is currently serving as Dean of Students at Newberry College.

Melissa Hamer-Bailey, Class of 1999, became a registered civil mediator in Indiana in January 2018. She is an attorney in Indiana, specializing in civil litigation and environmental, construction, and administrative law since May of 2016.

Alumnae and Friends of the College who have passed away

Friend of the College Mary Anne Duren Epting of Sumter, S.C.  Passed away on October 21, 2017

Arlene Foster Shuler, Class 1957, of Lexington, S.C. passed away on December 16, 2017

Iris Corbin Gary, Class of 1945, of Spartanburg, S.C. passed away on December 26, 2017

Gloria Tyler Herndon, Class of 1948, of Hartsville, S.C. passed away on January 27, 2018

Carolyn Moody Thomas, Class of 1950, of Spartanburg, S.C. passed away on January 9, 2018

Susan Kingery Dinkins, Class of 2010, of West Columbia, S.C. passed away on December 31, 2017

Kathryn Thomas Causey Hughes, Class of 1985, of Kingston, P.A. passed away on October 31, 2017

Honor Roll of Donors

Lost Alums